- It does not matter that a wine was bottled without labels (shiners!) then is later labeled by another winery site.
- It does not matter if you are an alternating proprietor that your wine is bottled by your host winery that you are sharing the same winery site with.
- It does not matter that you already have a COLA for a wine bottled at one winery site and the next year that wine is bottled at a different winery site.
OK wine industry folks, let’s clear this up once and for all. When a TTB label approval (COLA) is required for the bottling of a wine who is the responsible party? A. The winery that bottles the wine B. The winery that bottles the wine C. The winery that bottles the wine D. All of the above That’s it folks, always has been. It is always, always, always the winery that bottles/bottled a wine that is responsible for obtaining the TTB label approval for it.
All US wineries are bonded but not all of them have a bond
According to the internet gods this phrase, "what is a bonded winery" is a common wine related search. The term bonded, or just simply the word bond are commonly thrown around in the winery world, however few people could accurately tell you exactly what they mean....
Wine Label Compliance Class in Napa April 19th
Wine Compliance Alliance, based in Napa CA will be hosting an in person course on wine label compliance. The course will be held on Wednesday, April 19th from 9 am to 1 pm. This will be an in person course. A webinar version of the course will also be offered later in...
Where can I find the specific CFR that covers this?
27 CFR part 4.50 (a)